Smart software sorts 'good' and 'bad' data
New security software developed by researchers at the University of Melbourne will bring to market an appliance that can adapt to changes in network traffic and block security breaches before they happen.
The "smart Internet security" software, developed in conjunction with start-up IntelliGuard IT, will also target cyber criminals and organized crime syndicates that crash Internet business Web sites. Smart software sorts 'good' and 'bad' data - Computerworld
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